Camelot Kush

Camelot Kush Marijuana Seeds

Strain ratings
5/5
Strain Profile
THC
16% - 20%
Yield
Moderate
Type
Indica Dominant
Flowering Period
8 – 9 weeks
Climate
Warm
Growing Difficulty
Difficult
Height
Average
Flavors
Hash, pepper, kush, and sweet

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Camelot Kush Marijuana Seeds Information

This strain creates extremely enormous and amazing buds that have an extraordinary thickness. The nugs are huge and in round shape that has dim orange or dark-colored pistils and an extraordinary measure of trichomes. Henceforth, this strain is from breeding C99 and Bubba Kush.

What are the Flavor and Effects of Camelot Kush?

The flavor profile of this strain is the hashy, peppery, kush, and sweet undertones. The onset will start with a cerebral buzz that pummels into your mind that will leave you totally inspired. It will also give a tingly buzz that wants you to take rest. Leaving you in case of blissful and total relaxation this strain will totally bring.

What are the medical benefits of Camelot Kush?

The high will cure PTSD, chronic anxiety, and depression. Camelot Kush strain is also ideal for treating appetite loss, insomnia, fatigue, cramps, spasms, and back pains. Your worry of not having the right or enough meal would succumb to more munchies, and also it will cure nausea.

Negative Effects You Can Expect from Camelot Kush

An instance of cottonmouth and dry eyes is probably going to occur when utilizing this strain. Slight anxiety and dizziness may happen when you keep on enjoying this but with no concern on measurements.

How to Grow Camelot Kush?

Camelot Kush marijuana strain wanted to be dealt with perfection by being encouraged to correct measure of nutrients, having satisfactory ventilation, pruning as a fundamental thing to do, topping to expand yield and an all-inclusive flush and solution for legitimate flavor. Additionally, it can be indoor or outdoor growing and with a warm climate as one of its basic necessities.

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